What is GameGuardian ??
Cheat your way to victory in your Android games with GameGuardian.
GameGuardian is a free cheating tool for Android devices by gameguardian.net which gives you cheat codes for your Android games. By hacking game data in your system folders or modifying the game in memory, it can unlock cheats like more lives, infinite ammo, invincibility, and others. GameGuardian also supports speedhacks, which allow you to slow down or speed up an application.
How to install on Rooted or Non-Rooted Mobile ?
If you own NO ROOT device, you can start the GameGuradian and the game in virtual space- read how to hack Android games on NO ROOT devices on the following link [Hack games on non rooted phones with game Guardian]
Before you install this program from the official website,you will need to enable installing apps from unknown sources.
To do that on your device, go to Settings – Security, and check Unknown sources box
Game Guardian Tutotial :
Start game that you want to cheat, and click on Game Guardian floating icon. It will automatically show all processes running on your device. Choose the game that you want to cheat.
In this Game Guardian tutorial, we will only do basic memory editing. That means that money/gold/exp value is not encrypted in the memory.
In this article, we will cheat Chuck Norris Nonstop game, as it don’t encrypt anything (we can’t guarantee that Chuck Norris won’t revenge somehow if you do this).
- Click again on Game Guardian, and choose Known (exact) search.
- In value box, input current amount of gold that you have. You will notice equal sign right before the box. That mean that will scan the memory to find all the values that are equal to our value. Now you can leave the equal sign, but in some cases you will have to use other signs.
“=” in-memory value is the same as the one we put in.
“!=” in-memory value is NOT the same as the one we put in.
“<” in-memory value is smaller than the one we put in.
“>” in-memory value is bigger than the one we put in.
Game Guardian value types
Value types can be different.
- DWORDs are just simple numbers. Storage size for DWORD type is 4 bytes.
Example: 1,55, 18999, 123456…
In other programs, DWORD type can be named 4bytes or LONG.
- FLOATs are real numbers, numbers with decimal point, 1.23, 3.14 190.5786…
- DOUBLEs are same as floats, but it can store much larger values (see picture above).
- WORDs – Same as DWORD, but store much smaller numbers (2 bytes), in programming this type is called INT .
- BYTEs – Same as DWORD, but only one byte is reserved for the value.
- QWORDs – Just a bigger number, same as DWORD with bigger storage size.
- XORs – they are not type of number, it is encryption used in some games.
For reference about data types you can check this article.
Don’t be confused with all of this. In most cases, you will be searching for DWORD, or the FLOAT/DOUBLE type. If you aren’t confident enough, you can always choose AUTO, and it will scan all the data types (note that this method will be much slower).